At a driving school one student (not me!) was asking about a way to externally quantify what the best line would be for a given corner, such a computer modeling. Terry Yearwood’s reply: “Or a race driver could drive through it 3 times and know which direction to go in.” The benefit of overthinking it provides some clue that the perfect line only exist for a given condition involving a ridiculous number of variables, which change every lap.
My approach is to overthink it if & when you have the luxury to do so. Sometimes overthinking leads one to realizing what priorities to place on factors or what makes advice good or bad. As said you have to know what works for you.